A formal investigation has not yet been launched, but Paxton says his office is "starting to gather facts and determine whether that is something we need to dedicate some of our resources to it [sic]."
Back in February, it was revealed that the American Red Cross has been handing out visualized routes to migrants at the U.S. border showing them where to go and what to expect as they illegally trek into the country without permission.
The American Red Cross, by the way, sits on the board of the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) Food and Shelter program, which hands out millions of U.S. taxpayer dollars to "nonprofit" groups dedicated to supporting illegal aliens after they are released into the U.S. interior.
"If you use contraceptives methods, don't forget to bring them with you," one of the Red Cross guides states. "In necessary cases, some Red Cross clinics and medical brigades will give them to you for free."
(Related: Paxton is also going after the drag queen groomers and pedophiles who are sexually assaulting underage children at restaurant and library shows across the Lone Star State.)
Last year, Paxton's office opened a probe into the Texas State Bar Foundation, which is said to be "facilitating" this surge in illegal immigration at the southern border by knowingly donating money to groups that "encourage, participate in, and fund illegal immigration at the Texas-Mexico border, and potentially using taxpayer dollars received from the State Bar of Texas."
In a statement to the Daily Caller News Foundation (DCNF), which published the latest report about the American Red Cross, Paxton said that he is "concerned" about these allegations.
"We have the authority to oversee charitable organizations in our state and investigate them if we see any type of corruption or wrongdoing," he said. "And so, we're definitely open to looking at any nonprofit that we have some type of information that suggests that they're violating federal or state law."
Responding to the allegations, the State Bar of Texas claimed that "partisan political considerations play no role in determining whether to pursue a grievance or how that grievance proceeds through the system," the suggestion being that it is not doing anything illegal with these handouts.
The American Red Cross, meanwhile, has yet to respond to Paxton's probe into its handout of guides aiding the illegal "migrants" who are flooding into the country in record numbers and taking over towns and cities all across Texas and America.
"I always used to contribute to the Red Cross," one commenter wrote in response to the news. "The moment I read of a Tsunami or hurricane, I would donate. Then a couple years ago (it seems) I saw an article that showed the handouts guiding the world to our southern border. I have not donated a single penny since and will never support them again."
Another pointed out that all of the "top dogs" at the Red Cross are raking in the dough with salaries of well over $1 million per year "plus benefits."
"There is no need for such high salaries other than a rip off to donors," this person added.
"I donate to my own causes now," wrote someone else, also indicating that he is done with supporting the American Red Cross.
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